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Review: flowers like blue glass

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Review of flowers like blue glass Dr Martin Kratz   Martin De Mello’s introduction to fukudapero’s new collection flowers like blue glass suggests that the poems in this book have the capacity to challenge our ‘habits of mind’. A particular challenge is extended to minds habituated to certain kinds of translation: either those in which source language...

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Lunar

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In her debut book, Keisha Thompson presents a series of new poems alongside the script for her award-winning play,   Language affords us the capacity to describe our world(s), our experiences, our perspectives and thoughts. Keke Thompson’s Lunar is the kind of work that offers proof of poetry’s omnivorous appetite, the joy of its myriad...

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